Dead Rising 3 DLC: Operation Broken Eagle Sends Players on Mission to Find Missing US President

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By Akash KJ | December 14, 2013 10:08 PM EST

Capcom has announced the first DLC for Dead Rising. Those of you who have been planning to trade the game off for something new may wait, since we have just entered the DLC season. Here is a round-up of the new DLC. Apart from this, Capcom has now released a new demo Dead Rising 3 Demo. 

Operation Broken Eagle 

In the game's first add-on, Operation Broken Eagle, players will be sent on a mission to find the missing president of the US. The game will star a Special Ops commander, Adam Kane, who is basically the guy in the poster.

Capcom Vancouver's Josh Bridge told Major Nelson that each of the game's 4 DLCs will star a different character. Players will get to see the game's story unravel from different perspectives which are parallel to Nick's story in the main game. 

Adam

Says Bridge: "As opposed to Nick, who is relatively good willed in nature facing military opposition, Adam is a by the books soldier with a crew of Spec Ops fighting for him. You get to take on some over the top military weapons and an armoured vehicle that spews bullets. You get to take on missions that go against what Nick would have fought for, but as you discover through the story you can also relate to how Adam struggles to follow through on his difficult orders."

DLC Cost

Each of the four DLCs, including Operation broken Eagle, will cost $9.99. However, if you are planning to get all 4, then the DLC Season Pass, which retails at $29.99, is recommended.

Ultimate Grim Reaper 

Capcom says that the demo is worth your time since it has some goodies hidden for players to find. There are even some cool combos to try out, apart from a super combo weapon called the Ultimate Grim Reaper.

"It is a multiple blueprint find, and super deadly when you get the fully stacked version. Don't forget, after you make it or other combos, you can always pull them back out of the locker in the Safehouse and have another run at it."

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